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I 309 ff
Seeing/microscope/Hacking: diffraction instead of refraction, therefore, not a "real vision" (resolution into two separate images) - no real dioptric images.
I 314
Different from this: Telescope: genuine vision.
I 317
Microscope: stronger interaction (coloring, etc.)
I 318
But you do not need a theory to use a microscope, just to build it.
I 334
We need biochemistry to use our microscope .
I 346
Microscope: no seeing - nevertheless not begging, we are convinced that the structures are in place.
I 437
Elimination of faults is no improvement in the theory.
I 324
View/vision/seeing/theory/explanation/Hacking: what you see is best explained by Fourier analysis - but you do not need the explanation to see.


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Hack I
I. Hacking
Einführung in die Philosophie der Naturwissenschaften Stuttgart 1996


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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2018-05-26